Trickett, Sarah
May 2008
Farmers Weekly;5/23/2008, p81
Trade Publication
The article reports that aid for livestock farmers in Yorkshire, England is being granted, with capital grants of £2000-£20,000 being introduced to promote energy, manure and water efficiency. Farm Resource Efficiency Programme, co-ordinated by Natural England, is promoting use of renewable energy, rain water harvesting and manure management, as a method of improving economic performance of livestock holdings.


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